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Can you eat ribbon fish raw?

Asked: Nathalie Porchet, Last Updated:

It can be eaten raw, pan fried, or baked into stuffed ribbon rolls. The centerline bone filets right out, and then the ribs can be frozen for bait. Cutlassfish have some rather nasty teeth.

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